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Nov 13, 2013 7:00pm EST
connecticut, mary ann, she's from new york, new york, it's tris ten, he's from abbing don mad mad, and from michigan, please welcome, elizabeth. welcome to "let's ask america." everybody it's very simple. we ask this country their opinions. all you have to do is correctly guess the results of those polls and then you could win $50,000. sounds pretty good, right? let's get into it. the first question is worth $100. here are the two possible answers, we've got go home to their family or order room service and watch movies. the question is if their business trip ended a day early what did married business travels say they would do? would they go home to their family or would they order room service and watch movies. >> right in the heart of n, let's say hello to preston how are? >> i'm great. i'm from new orleans, from the country. i wanted to be in a big city. this is a great place to live. >> would you blow it all in one night? >> i think i would blow it all in one hour. >> i'm partying with you for one hour. everybody flip those cards is it go home to their family or have some roo
Nov 4, 2013 6:00pm EST
quiet sunday afternoon in annapolis. >> don harrison spoke to some neighbors who were shaken up. >>> police are trying to find the gunman in the sunday afternoon shootout this. happened on copeland street about 1:00. no one was hit but bullet holes were found in two different town homes. two different types of bullet casings were found. >> it was a lot of gunshots. >> reporter: she lives here with her children. her son heard the shots. the circumstances have her worried. >> it's scary for one thing to be happening in broad daylight. it's ridiculous. >> one of the big concerns is that the shots were fired right by the boys and girls club of annapolis. >> for the safety of the kids, we try this make it a better place but i don't know. it's not right at all. >> by yesterday being sunday, okay. boys and girls club wasn't open. more than likely it was somebody out and about on the basketball court. >> this is the same community where two homicides occurred this year. both of them were domestic disputes. >> whatever was going on or whoever it's going on with this needs to stop. come o
Nov 8, 2013 6:00pm EST
joining in the fun, and donning a clown nose right along with them. >>> and next here tonight, an american homecoming, we are heading toward veterans day on monday, about 820,000 u.s. troops have served in afghanistan since the war began a decade ago. yet more than 48,000 are still there waiting to come home. and last night, we told you about one soldier, who dreamed of meeting his daughter for the first time. and tonight abc's josh elliott shows us the moment it happened. >> reporter: for brittany lotts, as with so many other members of military families, the journey has been a long and difficult one. >> the hardest part is constant loneliness. you think about them a lot. >> reporter: her husband is stationed in ghazni, afghanistan. he deployed when she was just 15 weeks pregnant. now, in just a few days, he will meet their three month old daughter, finley, for the very first time. >> i've been waiting for this moment for nine months. i can't wait. >> reporter: captain lotts is one of those nearly 50,000 american troops still in afghanistan. now he and his division are making the
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